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Director  Henry Edwards
Genre  History
Country  United Kingdom
5/10 IMDb

Producer  Julius Hagen
Duration  
Language  English
The Vicar of Bray (film) movie poster
Release date  1937
Writer  Anson Dyer (story), H. Fowler Mear
Cast  Stanley Holloway (The Vicar of Bray), Hugh Miller (King Charles I), K. Hamilton Price (Prince Charles Stuart), Felix Aylmer (Earl of Brendon), Margaret Vines (Lady Norah Brendon), Garry Marsh (Sir Richard Melross)
Similar movies  Scrooge (1935), East Is East (1916), Dusty Ermine (1936), The Triumph of Sherlock Holmes (1935), Silver Blaze (1937)

The Vicar of Bray is a 1937 British historical film directed by Henry Edwards and starring Stanley Holloway, Hugh Miller, Felix Aylmer and Margaret Vines.

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The film was released on DVD in 2006.

Plot

The vicar of Bray, County Wicklow, in Ireland successfully protects his parishioners during the English Civil War by adopting a diplomatic approach during the turbulent events and secures forgiveness for moderate rebels from the restored Charles II.

Cast

  • Stanley Holloway - The Vicar of Bray
  • Hugh Miller - Charles I
  • K. Hamilton Price - Prince Charles
  • Felix Aylmer - Earl of Brendon
  • Margaret Vines - Lady Norah Brendon
  • Garry Marsh - Sir Richard Melross
  • Esmond Knight - Dennis Melross
  • References

    The Vicar of Bray (film) Wikipedia
    The Vicar of Bray (film) IMDb The Vicar of Bray (film) themoviedb.org


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